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LONDON (Reuters) -Britain on Saturday accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and said Russian intelligence officers had been in contact with a number of former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for an invasion. The British foreign ministry declined to provide evidence to back its accusations, which came at a time of high tensions between Russia and the West over Russia's massing of troops near its border with Ukraine. Moscow has insisted it has no plans to invade.
Complaints about GPs have almost tripled in a year, with the “vast majority” of concerns relating to difficulties accessing appointments, the NHS watchdog said.
The Bat Out Of Hell singer’s death was described as ‘our loss, Heaven’s gain’.
Britain on Saturday alleged that it had information that Moscow was "looking to install a pro-Russian leader in Kyiv" as fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine grow. Tensions have soared in recent weeks as tens of thousands of Russian troops mass on Ukraine's border, along with an arsenal of tanks, fighting vehicles, artillery and missiles.London said it had seen evidence that several former Ukrainian politicians had maintained links with Russian intelligence services, and that former MP Yevgen
Former counter-terrorism inspector Neil Corbel, 40, has been jailed
Christian Wakeford said ex-education secretary warned funding for new local school could be pulled if he voted against the Government.
British BMX star Kieran Reilly lands the world’s first triple flair. The 20-year-old, from Gateshead, made history with the record-breaking trick only previously attempted on computer games.
A south London business owner has been fined more than £8,500 after selling a skin lightening cream which could cause severe burns. Adetola Amao, the owner of New Hair London in Woolwich, was fined a total of £8,515.50 by Bexley Magistrates’ Court after she sold the illegal skin lightening cream to an undercover trading standards officer in the midst of lockdown. The sting, which took place on February 18 last year, then led to 105 cosmetic products being seized from the shop a week later.
A firefighting crew’s decision to stay and defend its beloved station on California’s central coast nearly cost the lives of 14 firefighters who were overrun by flames
Legendary performer Christopher Biggins relives the moment he shocked Judi Dench by revealing a surprise special guest in her dressing room. White Wine Question Time with Kate Thornton is the podcast that brings together well-known guests to answer three thought-provoking questions over three glasses of wine. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, and follow on Instagram (@whitewineqt) & Twitter (@WhiteWineQT) to keep up to date with the latest guests, news and more!
Three Sherpa brothers become the first Nepalis to reach the South Pole, part of their mission to achieve the hallowed 'Explorer's Grand Slam'. This holy grail of adventuring involves climbing the highest peak in the seven continents -- Everest, Aconcagua, Denali, Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, Vinson, and Puncak Jaya -- and reaching both poles.
Weber said it was ‘unaware’ of the news of the US rock star’s death when the recipe was sent out.
The reality personality was handed a 16-week suspended sentence for drink-driving in December.
Holder and Sheldon Cottrell (2-30) ripped through England's top order on a bouncy wicket, reducing them to 49-7 at one stage before a late partnership between Chris Jordan (28) and Adil Rashid (22) helped them past the 100-mark. They were eventually bowled out for 103 in 19.4 overs.
TotalEnergies, one of the world's largest energy conglomerates, says it is stopping its operations in Myanmar, citing "worsening" human rights abuses since last year's coup. The announcement, on Friday, was quickly followed by a similar promise from US energy giant Chevron. The firm has faced pressure to cut financial links with the junta since the army seized power from a civilian government in February 2021."The situation, in terms of human rights and more generally the rule of law, which have
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It’s easy to see why the Echo Dot is Amazon’s most popular smart speaker.
With tens of thousands of Russian troops massed on Ukraine's border, both sides are pursuing diplomatic efforts to avoid conflict
An American woman moves to Bucharest with her partner and begins to suspect she’s being stalked in “Watcher,” a stylish, unnerving thriller that premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival
The banners, organised by campaign group Open Britain, were flown over Manchester and Leeds.